Nintendo says the Switch Lite isn’t going to replace the 3DS
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 () Today Nintendo revealed the Switch Lite, a redesigned version of the device that’s designed explicitly to be played on the go. Unlike the main Switch, you can’t connect it to a television to play at home. You might think that a handheld-only Switch would mark the death knell for the Nintendo 3DS, but Nintendo doesn’t necessarily see it that way. The company says that it isn’t ending support for the 3DS line of systems despite the emergence of the Switch Lite. “We’ll continue to support our 3DS family of systems as long as there is demand,” says Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser.
The release lineup for the 3DS has certainly dried up of late; at E3 there wasn’t a single 3DS on display. Even the venerable Pokémon series has moved on...
Nintendo Announces Switch Lite The video game company has revealed a smaller, lighter and exclusively handheld version of the original console. The new release will cost $199, which is $100 less than the base unit. Major differences from the original include the inability to connect to a television...
· *Nintendo just announced a brand new version of its wildly popular Nintendo Switch console.*
· It's called Nintendo Switch Lite, and it's $100 less... Business Insider Also reported by •Business Wire •CrunchGear •Mashable •The Verge
· *Nintendo announced Wednesday that a new console, the Nintendo Switch Lite, will be released on September 20.*
· *The new product will be a smaller,... Business Insider Also reported by •BGR India •Mashable •Business Wire •USATODAY.com